A series of news and videos on today’s events in Egypt

H/T with many thanks to Magic Martin for a lot of links and info.

First, the Telegraph:

Morsi leaves through back door as Egypt protesters surround palace

 Egypt’s presidential palace was encircled by anti-Muslim Brotherhood protesters in a violent demonstration in Cairo, as the constitutional crisis caused by Mohammed Morsi’s assumption of unchallengeable powers showed no sign of abating.

Egyptian protesters chant outside the presidential palace in Cairo on Dec 4, 2012. President Morsi left the palace as it was surrounded by up to 100,000 protesters.

Egyptian protesters chant outside the presidential palace in Cairo on Dec 4, 2012. President Morsi left the palace as it was surrounded by up to 100,000 protesters. Photo: AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIAGIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images
Richard Spencer

By , and Magdy Samaan in Cairo

6:53PM GMT 04 Dec 2012

Mr Morsi was forced to leave the palace through a back door as up to 100,000 people moved in to surround it on all sides. Some stones were thrown, one hitting the rear car in the president’s convoy.

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Dec 4 2012 Titles from Google Translate

Altercations between security forces and demonstrators in front of the Federal Palace

Clashes with security .. And a police armored demonstrators overlies

Federal demonstrators carrying officer and shouting to drop the system

I don’t know if this photo is real or not but I like it anyway. CORRECTION: Its real

Morsi leaving the presidential palace:

Crowd rejoicing after Morsi leaves presidential Palace:

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12 Responses to A series of news and videos on today’s events in Egypt

  1. Martin says:

    The photo is real – not photoshopped :

    http://i46.tinypic.com/2h2dyfq.jpg

  2. Martin says:

    WEdnesday Dec 5th :

  3. Martin says:

    In Tahrir Square :

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